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The Weather in Coupeville
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 68° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is July.
Relax by the Pacific with a vacation rental in Coupeville, Washington
Coupeville, Washington, is ideally situated for a Pacific vacation. This sublime setting, surrounded by state parks, is the perfect base from which to explore the area’s fascinating coastline.
Unique sights in Seattle
Seattle’s breathtaking views are remarkable. Explore its various neighborhoods, from sophisticated Queen Anne to hipster Capitol Hill. Quirky attractions in Seattle include an antique pinball museum and a mural made of chewing gum. Pike Place Market is perfect for soaking up the local culture, while Chihuly Garden and Glass Center is an exquisite garden filled with ethereal blown-glass installations. Meanwhile, the Museum of Pop Culture is a must for anyone interested in music or architecture. Play in the interactive Sound Lab at this iconic Frank Gehry building.
Pancakes and bike tours
Visit Coupeville and see its brilliantly-colored buildings reflected in the water adjacent. Kids will be amazed to see the skeletons of a gray whale and porpoise at the Coupeville Wharf. You can walk, ride, or bike along the scenic Kettles Trails, or take part in the ten-mile Tour de Whidbey, which begins with a delicious pancake breakfast that the whole family will love. Discover the Penn Cove mussel farm, or enjoy water sports in the state parks – there’s plenty to keep you busy in the area.
Why not take a day trip to low-key Vancouver? Fort Vancouver National Historic Site brings the military history of the area back to life with rangers in costumes typical of 1825-45. The Pearson Air Museum is a fascinating tribute to the rich aviation history of the Northwest. Historic planes in the hangar highlight the importance of aviation for the region. The weekend farmers’ markets are also superb.
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